The inscrutable Americans

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Rupa & Co., 1991 - Fiction - 247 pages
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Anurag Mathur... is the toast of India's capital.... (His) tale of a subcontinental bumpkin at sea in the American heartland has struck a chord with Indian intellectuals... Indian Herald Tribune

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User Review  - milti - LibraryThing

What's not to like? A funny take on an Indian boy's first experience of America. Of course, this was just the prototype of all the novels that were to follow, and all the ABCD movies that were to be made. This was the original and the funniest, most honest response of an Indian to America. Read full review

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User Review  - prax - LibraryThing

Set, in the Early 90s, this book is a hilarious account of a small town young boy from India who travels to US for a year's study there. His prejudice at all things American and Americans, infatuation ... Read full review

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